School of Law

Professor Ángel Oquendo and the cover of his book, Through Thin and Thick

Law Professor Offers New Perspective on Human Rights

Professor Ángel Oquendo's new book, "Through Thin and Thick," analyzes issues in Latin America to give readers a new way to think about human rights.

Professor Jon Bauer.

Federal Court Cites UConn Law Professor on Key Immigration Case

2nd Circuit appeals court cites Jon Bauer's work in overturning a decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals

Professor Clifford Davis

In Memoriam: UConn Law Professor Emeritus Clifford Davis

A combat veteran of World War II known for his wit, humor and ability to make the driest cases interesting, Professor Davis passed away at the age of 96.

A place setting at the UConn Law Centennial Gala

UConn Law Caps Off Centennial Year With Gala

The UConn Law Centennial Gala was held June 11, 2022 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.

Caption: Participants in the Hate Crimes Practicum included Luke Reynolds '22, Rebecca Oestreicher '23, Associate Dean Richard Wilson, Hallie Tingstad '22, Devon Fray '22 and Laura David '22. (Molly Sullivan photo)

UConn Law Work on Hate Crimes Already Getting Results

Student research will yield recommendations to Gov. Lamont and General Assembly

Golf Tournament Aims to Open Doors

Golfing and learning to golf were both on the agenda at the UConn Law Centennial Golf Scramble and Clinic.

Law students at commencement

UConn Law Class of 2022 Celebrates Joyful Commencement

Graduates celebrated with friends and family, marking their achievements and remembering the challenges they overcame as the UConn Law commencement ceremony returned to campus.

smiling graduate

2022 UConn Law Commencement Highlights

Highlights of the School of Law's commencement on May 15, 2022.

UConn Law Commencement Celebrates Class of 2022

The UConn School of Law conferred 156 JD degrees and 51 LLM, or Master of Laws, degrees.

Patti Garwood

Graduate Profile: Patti Garwood ’22

Patti Garwood's path into and through law school required a lot of adaptation, and made her a powerful advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion.